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THE DAILY CAIRO HULLTCTfN: THURSDAY MOUNINiJ, NOVEMBER 2, ISS2.
THE EXEMrLAEY ME. DUX.
"So yon unit us tiMiioiTotv inoni-
"Vils, inarm. I puosa tlicy'ni noiii'
to liiinij nut at 10 oVIoi'k slinr).M
1 (iciiim1 w'ulii oyps ami cars us I heard
tliis fnifrmcnt of I'linvcisation. At tin)
niiiiiiciit 1 was Klniiilino; on the UiitsIi
olil of a ci-11. 15ut sm:li a ecll! It look
eil morn like a hnanlin-houso inirlnr;
thu wimlows were barred, it is true; thj
walls were whilewaxhed, and the loek
of tin) limit was ponderous; but on Hie
lloor thoro was u soft carpel; and
' against the walls were arranged chairs
nu l oltoinans.
In the iniihlle of the room, sonie of
thi'in soatod, si Mm) staintiiir, a dozen la
dies, in vi-itiii'X eoMtunie, formed a cir
cle a round a o cntlcniMii. The hitler was
in correct ovciiin ilre.-..s white cain
brie tie, swallow-laili'd emit, white kid
pluvt's and boots that reflected one. like
a polished shield.
"That's the nssiisMii!" whispered the
detective, w ho w as showinj: me round
(f lu n day, meals not included).
I could not restrain a movement of
It's .lames Dux,"' ho continued, tak
ing no notice; "he's under sentence of
In the monotonous voice of a profes
sional oiii,i. )h) went on to tell mu tho
story of the man who was the focus of
so much attention.
"A criminal of the highest class, this
Dux. lie beati in an iiitellienl, way
by only altaekino; respectable people,
worth" ?1".,",U or so. Four times ho
has cheated the fallows. The first tinifi
he boiiohl oil' the w ilne-M's; the second
time bo bought oil' the jury ; the third
tiniu he itid biuino-t. iurect with tlm
.Jii'l". I : i : t a fatal accident was Ins
ruin. The p iper he found on a banker,
the assassinated, turned out to be coun
terfeit, .hum's had killed iM'onfrerc by
mi lake. Not bv able to oyt togeth
er money einjuh to iiuike hisjinnocciice
clear, lie win found trinity, lie wai ero
in to be sent aloft, when a comrade
starlin;r in trade olVered to buy the
fratnliileiit bank notes at a wiei itice. He
sai l he calculated he could jut-is thcin
0:1 his customers out West. With the
sum thu- realized .James was able to
piii-Miaiu; the (iiiveniineiit of the State
to take a disinterested view of bis case,
and he was let oil'.
"lint Dux never t;ot over the turn it
gave hi ui. He became kinder stupid
hist his head. lie took to robbing 1 he
liivl that came to his road. One even
iiitr, in mi out-of-the-way suburb, he
knocked out the brains of an old man
wit.li a sledge hammer for the sake of a
miserable watch of no value.
"Caulit in the act by a young police
man, w ho (bought he hatf a chance f
distinguishing hiiu-elf, James was
brnugbt uj) to the assizes for the tilth
time. The evidence was overwhelm
ing, llie defense weak, the jury indif
feren;. V.''.i!e the dozen in the l.n
were Irving whisky cocktails. Ju ie
liiaekstoue ro-e in the middle of aelmid
of cigar smoke and pri nniuiccd t he
sentence of death, giving the poor fal
low only three months' lei-ure to read
the Iiibiu in. Hi time, is up this idler
"And is that the prisoner.'' I t-.vlaim-ed:
"the man in the dress clothes?"
"Yes, that's Dux," lie atiswere I.
"He's converted, you know. At pn
cut he is a great object of inien -t. O-u
richest laitie. pay Ins epei)s... i ne
bu t families come round regular t-;
comfort !,i,n. lb-is going to die lx au
tif'ii'iy, he expect. You'll see that
J. imes u ill in.ike a truly .-anetili.-d i n. I."
iMeaiitinif lie) ii.-a-sin. n. ijoiidiieiiffg
one of his lady visitors to the door,
pa--ed ipiite close to lui.', and I had the
oppoituiiity of taking his liken.'- in
m.' mental camera.
He w as a low-ized, thick-set. ill-l.niilt
man, with a face blotched witli whil;y
jiiiupli's, a low forehead, a cold ei-, and
limlis of a hing-armed ape. Willi a -in-i-ler
and grotesipie caricature, this be,,
tial wretch was tricked out in the garb
of good society, his big bonv toes niak
iiij; huniis on the patent, leather of his
dandy pumis, and his iduse-crcippcd
hair "glistening with some perfume,
which could not kill the fetid odor that
exuded from his vulgar body.
A lady advanced toward tin; assas-in
and presented him wilh an immense
w hile boiiipiet - the svmhol of purity of
soul. IJut as she tried to murmur a few
iippi opriate words, emotion overca'ue.
her and she swooned.
'Mid coinleniiK d felon had taken the
llouer- with a careless air, snilled them
and jerked them ocr his shoulder to a
comer uf the room, w here I pereeiv id
a mass of fragrance and bloom thrown
in huddled heaps like so much refu-e.
"'I he pom-creatures arc nervous, do
you mind." said .James cuiiipa :.dona!e
Iv. "They should have a horn of gin
In lore i'i-kiiig tlieni.ehes here."
"AI!io me to iiitiodiico to yon my
u . I v daughter. Mifs l.lack.stoiie," said
a geiiileiiiaii of judicial bearing, bust
ling forwai d to make way for a lovely
y i iii!-: girl v im leaned on bis anil.
'1 lie murderer bowed.
The niiig lady eourlesicd.
1 lie -J ' i t I. oul his best, to imitate one
and the other; l lint is to sav. as tar as
his coi'iiul' tici) would permit him.
"I'aod has sunken ol'leii cboiit Voll,"
said the pretty girl, with a simper. "I
inn realiy snrrv von cannot dine with
"It's out of the. iiuesiioii, miss, and I
deeply regrcl it," said Dux, with
The young lady blushed, and lowered
her e cs.
"I n less, you know, your father
would consent to revise his judgment,"
conlmueil Hie telon.
"Ah, James." said the Judge, with
a blending of formality, and the cold
niti i:ii i uly oi (tie iiencn; "it is, as you
say, oul of tho question, liu.-ines.s is
business, you know; and bending to
ward Dux he whispered: "It would bn
is much ns my appointment is worth tn
to luiytlimjr at iiresent. '
"It must be a terrible thinir, Mr. Dux.
' he hanged!" interrupted the young
"A moment's pain, more or less, Mis
Dlackstone; a short moment- do you
hear?" said the Judge, ' ft is a death
I should prefer for myself."
"Well, that's as how it is," inslnuat.
ml Mr. Dux. "I dare sav it s msccI
enough if the trap works proper am
the Shentl is eXDcrioneed. Hv t he wa v
Judge, would you kindly takii care that
tiie roiio is conilortahly soapeilr '
" lllingly, my friend. Any favor I
can grant you, under thu circiimslaiienH,
you are at liberty to ask."
Mr. ISliiekstoiio left with his (laugh
tor. Tho latter turned back several
times in tho hopo to catch it parting
glance of tho assassin.
I afterward learned that on tho dawn
of the following morning hIio forwarded
a basket of magnificent flowers to tho
".More posies!" cried Dux when ho
saw (hum. "These women folk are
fools. There's only bno in the lot
that's niy.'Jano-frwho knows, the right
stull'to givo a cilfzenof the great United
States to help him to dio. She sent mo
a gallon of tho Bourbon !"
Hy this time a crowd of new arrivals
had' invaded tho coll, which had been
transformed into an audience chamber.
It was a deputation of prominent citi
zens, who requested to bo seen by Iho
lion of the day.
The orator of tho crowd made three
paces toward the condemned man. and,
exhibiting a handsome case in morocco
and gold, ho delivered tho following
discourse, with much dignity and feel
ing: 'Th'iir Mr. Dux. permit the Inhiililtanln of
lliiiiiHiiil.v) Hie lit lnre, nml, imiiiJoIiiiiI nil h
thein. the ini'iiiliera of Iho Jury, thu tShcrllf,
llll'l illttel'etit peinons, Who Hssiste.l III .voilf
trial, id well in tho pi-Non ulilcliiK iilxu Ihe
liu tiilicin of Hie pollen forcn who look purl in
vo'ii i-Mdiirf, to oiler you, thriitnrli mo. us
in iliiun, tlii feclile testitnnnv of I lie clew
tfitli which yon hnve Insplroif ns nil: not only
ty your eiian ronjfiiulloii nml the iillltii'le, In
every respect worthy of ll Kentleinim, whieli
yon Imve known how to preserve ilnrintf the
limnv ilnvs of your ilelenlioli, Hint thriiiluhoiit
the mill ill ol Hie prui eclliiifs in court, lint
likewio liv Ihe Only Chri-lliiil n m lineiil i
which line'lc l von to panli'il II.iho wIiom' lie.
tion man lmve ceiiii iliiileil lolniiiiriilioiit your
I'onUeiiiiiMlioa. Accept, I ln'tf ol you, in the
iiaiiio of my tclliiw-i'ilizeiis nml In mv own,
thin i lesi'n.ii. Wclu ielily wlshtlmt It limy
prove llseln! aii'l iiL'rei nl'le to you iluriilK Ihe
liet hours ol ynur lei ic.-lrial sojoiii n."
Mr. Dux extended both his hand-!,
and received from those of the orator a
superbly-enameled massive gold watch.
lie weighed it in his right palm for a
few seconds, turned it over, and then
applied it to his right-car.
"Is it going?"
"Oh, yes," responded the donors in
"Keep good time?"
Well, I'm sure I'm 'ry much
obliged, but. w hile you were about it
you might have given me a hand-made
Here the members of the tleputatieii
saw that the series of explanations were
exhausted. After having shaken hands
with the courageous Mr. Dux whom
they passed by in Indian lite, they dN
creetly w ithdrew.
A second deputation was uhrred iu!o
After the cii-toinary salute the lea ! r
of the procession spoke hi? pe-ech in
p. et.sl sir, I nm the
iHih'- Hie! mntleiM'
1 re'.h. r. HI I
t.V n --1
relative H'l l ne-t intiiiuio fr ? i ef m, ,.1
Ovcrtro It "wii, whom y u .e "- r. si' 1 I
th" l t f Auirnt last, y -nr. ': . r ;,.. rf
ilu-liii-iiier. m (mil r to ;' ---. y..;! .: j
ot n lin k', l vnm b ta.b h' t-i I i i-; N .3t f. : i
"I . il ll tl niMkl' StTloWl f 3e T-
(icot oiii nr of !:-ilr-.t:.-n a r :
h;i h 5 ' r ' '! r-.i- n t i .
voii t.. ; ! ei:r ho:..-., t.-i-iif .1
of a 'nii-c '- ..l.t ? t.:e--' - - r-.i. !'.
W. wtlt t' - 1' a an n 'r yitu
wiil Hr !!' tn h' !.!!:-' n-r aioi:;- '
James lhl ej-e-,-l a t" v j.- i
tiile of IjumiU": .V'-iped ir: Ir.im.iRd
ha in-' t'Dnlied hi ele-eV. 'A'i'h i t:--'c
I" of tohaeeo, he Ur ' t lie bi :i-'!,-.f.. :f
oil the paper coienng, an
llllf i ! 1 eo ,'. w ;.!-
r-. i ,.rninii!' I he i':'iro
. i. ; i.e ti 'iieil of a ei.l,.;o'
"Arc those I.nii ii a
o'l kll'.W; '"
'( In, e-," ehoru -ed l!.(.
it i e and friend.
- e : i r.
- '.varr i
group of roi-
si ii on - no .-lop
I'.iil. ii" he pursued hi.-,
"ii'hli ii creases puckered
;iiid in a voice trembling with anger he
"Where are the braces? There ain't
no braces to tho trousers nor buttons to
the coat -.leoies!"
The members or the deputation re-
garMi il each other with an eniiiarrasei
air A whispered colloiiuy took place
among them. At hist two of the
youngcsi of ihe party hurried out, and
the orator, regaining his presence of
mind, gave Mr. Duv the assurance thai
the forirolten articles would be supplied
"All right," said the a.;sa-,.'.in, "let's
sav no more aooiit it.
At dial moment, a smothered sob was
It came from one of tho two orphan
daughters left by poorlieorgc Drown.
"Oh, Mr. Dux," she murmured amid
her tears, "how dhl you find it in your
heart to kill our good father?"
"It w.m hi own fault," answered
James. "He provoked me. by making
an exhibit ion of that duriied watch. I
could not resist the leniplation. Only for
that all-tired timepiece, 1 .should nave
died of luinger.like a man, before I would
have dreamed of robbery. It was nioro
than imprudent it was downright im
moral on his part." .
"'I he Drowns were always too fond
of ostentation," loudly declared a fat
hely with a red face who was no other
than the I'rcideiitess of the Society for
llie Protection of I'euitcnt Assassins.
"Poor man," she resumed, turning
toward Dux, "ymi are dying a victim
to the deplorable, vanity of our relative.
For my part, I am of tho emphatic
opinion that.it is high time to pass a
law interdicting ihe paradu of articles
"Thai' a fact," assented Mr. Hiram
K. Anthropologus, .Secretary of the So
ciety. "A saint himself could not, re
sist. Drown was entirely to blame. He
only got what he deserved. Put yon.
Mr. Dux, toll me, please, when t In
temptation assaulted you to kill (ieorge
in order to o,.. W!i((.., did you miller
"Terrible, sir; terrible. When I paw
hun pull it out to look at. the hour, I
thought he wanted to rile me. That's a
thing, joit know, no citizen of this free
country can stand without getting his
dander up. It sort of atVectial mc in the
stomach tirsl.then in the legs, and then
in the head. 1 irl.-.l to resist, and even
niade an attempt to run away. But I
can't tell how it camu to pass. I wan'l
equal to it; and when calmness returned,
I was stooping over tho man, a slodgo
hammer in my hand, and his skull was
smashed! " No matter, it can't
bo helped now that it is over. I forgivo
him from tho bottom of my heart!"
"Poor man!" cried nil tho ladies pres.
ent in a tone of profound commiseration,
and then began a rivalry between them
ns to who should givo a farewell token
to tho condemned.
"Do tako this portemonnaie," said
"And this flask of smelling salts,"
"Hereis my box of pulmonic wafers,"
lidded a thinl. "They nro a sovereign
remedy against asthma and ditlicult
Dux took everything that was offered
him, but all went tho way of tho bou
quets before long.
A tumult in a corner nut an end to
these ott'usiufis of friendliness. An un
fortunate wretch, all rags and patches,
his cheeks hollow from' long fasting, was
struggling in the clutched of some half
"1 have caught him!" screeched a
female voice. "He was attempting to
steal the venison pasty sent for James
"Gentlemen, if you please, Indies,"
gasped the poor beggar, "I huvo not
tasted food for two days, and and 1
have never murdered anybody."
He was flung neck and crop out of
A negro domestic, hern entered and
announced to Mr. Dux that dinner was
served in an adjoining apartment,
Tin) company filed oul into thedining
rooni of the Governor of the jail, which
had been aniv.'abiy placed, together with
tho Governor'." plate and French cook
at the disposal of the prisoner and his
friends for the occasion.
The condemned man took his station
in the seat of honor, Judge Dlackstone
on his right, and the District Attorney
on hi lel'i. A popular preacher said
grace b'.'I'ore meat, and made an im-
ironiptu prayer, in the course of which
ie inl fin bleed some cluuuelit allusions to
the ceremony of the billowing day.
Mr. Dux ate heartily and drank copi
ously, and burst into frequent explosions
of goi'd hunior, w hicli were vastly ad
mired by his guests. Tim repast wa a
veritable banquet in its plentcotMies, a
fete in its joyous spirits. Several etl'ce
live selections were performed during
tiie course on a harmonium by the h-. Li
re of the popular preacher's choir. Al
ter the coll'iieciune liqiioisslroiigcr than
wine, and with them came the toa-is.
The shortest, and most delicate of those
was given by (he twin brothers of
George Drown in the following neat
l.n lion mill (lentil tin n: our iirlnui" nod
iiiiii li-LKlH'-r-iielleil fi l.-ii'l James is on llie
even! Ill- ileplilt'lte. V;iv the dejection n
( is IcMWMnkllli; U- softem i unit (t -J pKlll- Im-
Dux got on his legs. and. in a robust
voice, responded as follows:
"I.H lies aiel llcit-ctiicii: This I sluill ever
!.'k nis i) a. the hiippii -t ini'l pioit'li'.t mo
ra, fit in. toy CHicer. Im r.'ineiiilinnie. "hull tod
',o t no till m y di iaj hmir. lu ttnuiv n loi in r
p ri-t of my a-M-l ll'.- I W.l" CH-t d'.WIl I ay 'll-
ef 'uria. nt, mul .eteti niiui.-t nave ny t.i
-piLr. l.i't did I th-i! ciii'v oe Mint I ulieiilit
t-' '!. fcavc the pr.vi:.-.-H ef ctijnyinir this
b" r."r ! wi tunn. -t imai my he"i iio.it I
c-h;M bave tri p!. .i-orc of N ins McrtHine.i
fy-'i a a, '..-ufjic fciJ "i-l. oriM I itHVe that
r .! r. ,rrr . n m -. ut cf.isk- for 'he
. fsj. r . of J-.r! in. 'I h. 4 a. t o that uii-.'VI.-'
-.nr.rr (1. mi!- mt man nf in". hHs
r-ii-r.-rti! n,. ri-l n me. to sk,
V ' Q ;l 4').l.ti .;ti. r'.-"!Q t P' Hl'imi'Et 111 V --l-
t.isev v ii -.!'". nr.. "1 1 y niyfra ri'l, thf-Jiel'f
S. I 1- f rr.j f ai. th'r t-in.' indeasl.
m 7 '.if -'y "ay. st"ut l wrm. that I itiniiid
tin ia'i! n in r rtip.nr i net.iaeo of the
j. , . f v f. .- in rbe i '.ii-'aoo -nesi of i Inw
.1 r.i " I bnd uii-l-rf rfk"ti that Joh which
; -4 -r,-,. n." the neeitv fit Is-intr 'Inuiifli 'l to
fr. '"r-I ih. rnv fru ad-, would thut yen were
a. 'i v. r "i k ef the just like your humble
-i-r: li i" a l.. --.-l iiii'l pn tiliioie thintf. I
-1 . '.. U- .l1h.',d til Ihe tlllth, to - -I I I
;. .ii . I ,- .-. I - inl .praiu' lliH kens Hlld rllllVH-
-: I'. i-ooaily. I i an iilllun Hint I
.! -II :v nil l p -, I -M.I H purl In mv
I I. I ' ll t HII i.llOCf el Hinm-itv ill
- I. on .it'll ie' it. y ol ymi. It wi'ii'
I rrow, I vouM tint hurt n hmr
III I I.e , ll i I Illl U'ilie I ':. .'.' , I' -lelsl, I
u d not ! lint to iic i v, I tiiii ii I e m h"me
h .'I ii'l I'll in' ' pi i-eiit- mill In. brighter
O ti'i t!j- el niiy i : i ii, :in .tiile, '(., Oi
tc iirnw I sli.nl I e iiiiikini.' Him III linn wilh
he Jir-i .pijei- - I '.!!.!. i r'.tt 1 .v ; n . nol eXi-hiillit'
,r v In. eii.Vn in ,ii. ti lor He- W hile ilnin ill
Vs 1 I lli'-nli! I'. 10 II. e " -I I II Kllle i,
'II'! I sluill CM il .in rve til I'll lill l ull pufil
"I I til-1 s. ln II l.i II- liel'.W, ill Hie ill pi ,s I,( l,s
1. 1.'- oi I. III -. I' I lint fl.l lull I" lllllllll III Hie
mm V I '.hiill IlllM' lem hi 1 1. I "I yell lull i' Untie
lleOliNL' In I Otitic 0l In Ihe lln mpi lise.
N"i i-i i lie;... .n i m ynu illl. I p.-n don ihe
.1 1 1' l'..e. I p.U'iii II I he J II IV. I pill I lull the H il lies.
.Who I'V llieir llepn.it inns, Imve been Ihe
'iii:-, i, m v pi -ii li. t iii e il, ''iliitii.ii. even
i." I ' 'oil Hull eiill'i'lll pllllile old mii'ter. (lenrifC
IP nil 1 1 In in ell. 'I In I ' I ll I Illl II I "III ill I'c Hi lll
lil. ill iii my si, ill!"
Kvery body was melted to tears.
"Here is a saint," said the popular
As for the Jod:'.e, bis emotion was so
gn at, thai he had to hide it in a napkin
behind a barricade of four empty bottle
of California wine.
As I h it the room after this valedic
tory banquet, I could hear tho clergy
man recommending those who had ob
tained reserved tickets for the execution
to count early, and not fail to hringtheit
children with them, as the sight wa.
sure to be edifying.
An Extra Poekot.
Three or four days ago a
clothier sold a young man a
pants without having to brag
goods or lie about what they
iew ioik, nun inciiiciiieni, nugii! never
have been recalled had not the buyer
entered the store again yesterday.
"1 bought, this pair of pants of you tho
other dav," he began.
"I am not quite satisfied with 'cm."
"What's the trouble?"
"Why, there are two hind pockets."
"Well, I always carry my tobacco box
in my hind pocket. If 'the're is only one
1 don't loso any limo feeling on tho
wrong side. If there are two I'm never
sure which one the box is in, and I have
to let go the plow-handles wilh both
hands at once. I want tlm extra olio
It is a .solemn fact that the young man
sat dow n in a dark ner and wailed
three-quarters of-an hour for the tailor
to knock the two hind pockets into one.
' ..l. ..i.i . . , . , .
. A New York clergyman, while In
Dostoti, visited a colored church. "How
are you prospering?" he asked tho sex
ton. "Tings ain't so good as dey was,
boss," was the rejilv. "We got a now
inlni'lcr, an' he niiitso good as do old
one." "What's the matter with bliu?"
"Well, boss, he's kind of illiterato
cornea from Now York, you know."
It seems impossible that a remedy niitdj
of such common, simple plants ah Hops,
Jiucnu, Mamlruko, Diinlclion, iVc, should
make so many and sueh great cures ns Hop
Hitters do; hut when old mid young, rich
ami pnor, puBtor mul doctor, lawyer and
editor, all testily to having been eurm! hy
them' von must believe and try thiin
yourself, nng doubt no longer.
riaying it lino on a Lone Mourner,
"Haven't got a few roses growing out
In your back yard, 1 reckon," suggested
a seedy man to tho cashier, "a few lit
tle faded roses, with a bit o' leaf and a
string to tie 'cm up with?"
"Haven't got any back yard to begin
with." replied the cashier.
"Not even a liilY hi', of a pink or
blue bell or a forget-me-not?" sighed
the seedy man, anxiously.
"Nothing of tho sort," prowled the
cashier. "Don't keep 'em."
"Couldn't you get me a dandelion or
a bunch of grass?" entreated the seedy
man. "Just a little something to piit
on a child's grave. A plantain leaf, a
sprig of parsley, just a cabbage leaf,
even. I want something green for an
infant's tomb. Can't ymi find me a
little something to decorate my baby's
"Been dead long?" asked the cashier,
wiping his eyes.
"Three days," sobbed the bereaved.
"If I could only gel a wisp of straw or
a bale of hay, to show thai I had not
entirely forgotten that lone grave."
"Take this!" roared the cashier,
tearing the nosegay from his button
hole. "God bless you!" ejaculated the seedy
man; "God bless you and jours! Dm.
you think it wrll keep fresh while I walk
to the cemetery? It's only four miles."
"Walk, man!" clamored the cashier,
with misty eves. "Walk! you must
ride to that lone grave and deposit
your offering of love. Heie, take this
dollar, and may the sweetness of your
grief last long after the poignancy has
been worn oil on tiie grindstone of
The seedy man thanked him with
streaming cheeks, hut that night he
was frozen out of a jackpot because tlm
dollar was a counterfeit, and plugged
It may bo obsnvtil that no a't -nipt is
made to hunt up nut of the waj or uaknowH
places to find names to cndor.su Siiiiiiciis
Hon. Ale.xindiT IP Stiphcm,
John W. Ili.ckwith, Hnd.op of i.,
Gcnernl Jim. D. fb'rilon, I'. S. Senttnr
Hon. Jim. Gill Shorter, tx Governor of
Ucv.Divid Wi Is, 1). I)., President Ogle,
Bishop Pierre, of liornia,
Judge Jas. J vckson, Suprcra Coiir', fi t.
And did splice an.t time permit wocnii!d
fill a volume with th ) lug In st t'.-sth'ioniuh;.
A CotiL'ti. Cold or Sore 1 lu oat
should be stopped. iXcgiect frcqueiitl re
suit in an Incurable Lung disease or oil
sumption. Brown's I'rom hial Troches do
not ilisordcr the p'omach like cough sy' ips
aiel balsams, but art directly on tiie niilain
to parts, ahsyicg lrnlatum, give relict in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Cough.", Catarrh, ami
the Thn.t Troubles which Singers and
Pu'jlic Sjieakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
ree.on.niendc;! by physicians, and always
give perfect salislsf turn. Havtnii been
tested by wide aiid constant use for neariy
an entire generation, tiny have attained
well-merjjed rank atncnir th ) few staple
n. medics of the age. i-obi at 25 cents
box everywln re.
ruck icn s Arnica Salve
The Best Sulvo '.n the svorhl for Cuts,
Baiisc, Soien, Ulcers, Salt Ur.cutn, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Cliilh'ains,
Corns, and all Skin Kruplions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
2a cents pvr box. Fur sulo by Gko. K
Hops and Mult Bitters is the best tonic
for the restoration to health und strength
ol thfiFi) weakened and enervated bh over
work, sickness' general debiltiy or other
cause. U contains no mineral substance
to remain in the system and do permanent
"Since taking ' Dr. Lin lscy's Blond
Searcher' that oi l 8ore of mine h entirely
h l'l by all diuggists.
To enumerate the miraculous cure
wrought by " Dr. Sellers' Cough Syrup"
would fill a volume. Its cures are mar
velous. Price ".- cents.
Lydia E. Piiikhain's Vegetable Com
pound strengthens the stomach and kid
neys and aids digestion.
persons recovering from waisling dis
eases, sin h as malaria, fevers, etc. will be
greatly bencliltcd oy the use of Brown's
Iron Bitters, a true Ionic.
"By asking too much we may lose
the little that we hid before." Kidney
Wort asks nothing but' a fnir trial. This
given, il fears tio loas of faith in its virtues.
A lady write.i iVom O.egon : "For thirty
ycnis I have bm n alllicte 1 with kidney
complaints. Two packages of Kidney
Wort have doui! me more good than all
the medicine and ductoii, 1 have hid be
fore. I believe it is a sure cure.
See a wouinn in another column, ncui
Spi er's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Specr's Port Grape wine is made,
that is a i highly esleeini'd by the medical
profession, for tlid us.) of invalids' weakly
persons and thonged. Sold by Druggists.
Hpi'init's Retail Ice Box.
Coiisiimeis of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
box on Eighth street in Ciindili's store whero
ico in nnv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will bo punched at this stand
just the same as by driv. is of wagons, tf.
The IIowo scales have all tho latest im
provements. It is true economy to buy
tho best. B.ndon, ScllccU A Co., agents,
Bt. Louis, Mo. (3)
Cl.illM and Fever.'
Kliiimmn I, Ivor Hbii!
hilor Minn brcuke liit
i IiiIIh and rarrli'K thu
fever mil ol thu riVHtuli
ll curca ttlu'u all utliui
ri iiimliia lull,
K r i he roller u.d can
of lln (iiftroHHitiLr il la
in line SI minima I.jy
Tlm IFi-triiUtur will Until 1 1 vl 1 v i-nit. tl.lai I. ullit.
d.NOhHi!. W iieTt itiptiHt. cully wi.nl wo know Uti
Ih I run. r
ulioiilil not he ri'-'ftnlcil ft trillini? Ailment. X t
turu di'tuinul t Im uttiioft reeiilnrlty of thu ho .vein.
Tlirridiiro usnVt liallim hy tlikli:tf H.iiiinolis l.ivet
lti'ltuliilor. It Ih liiirmleKH, lullil mul tllialinil,
One or two liililuhpoonfiiiH will roln-vo nil the
lriiuhlf inclilcnl to n I'liliiiii. piiiu-. -iii li aa NauiO M
Di.zitii'HM, liruwalui "f, liihttiKc nlii'i i iilllic;, a hit
I it hull lil-le In the IMolllli.
MA LA HI A.
I'l-ri-ona r.inO avoiii ull utlii' ka hy i.rcni'!c i i'j
Inkiim a iloniMif Sliiimoiis l.i ver 1 i'ul.iti,r to l.cep
ilii' liver lu tii'iiltliy action.
generally uririiikt Ir on a disordi rc.l rloinnrh, rau
ho corri'cti J h liikiiia SlinttHin Liver Jii'CH tutor.
.1 A UN 1)1 OK.
Mliiinona l.lver Ilei'O l,t r hooij i-ratUt n!e till lbs-
iiau Irota Ihe aHli in, h aving tin, fUn. clear and
Irre lii'iu till I ic purines
I'lilliln-n aiifleiai'i! w oh i nlic xooii experli-nre ro-
uei wni'ii Mini'ioio. i.ivi r in Diiiiitur a ailiiiiiioiu-r
id. Ailulle iiIhii iltrive m ul hi m-lll from thi
tiieilli lije. ii ia not nnpleanatit ; it n- lnuiuiei.
mid i ll'i ciiva. Purely vrp- tnhht.
Miwt of i 11 'eau.-e i! lln- lilaj.icr orljiiate from
thOHii of the kldtn y. P.tou- Iho atlion of the
liver fi.ll and both llie kldixya ami Inuddi r will
UTako niilv lln! I.'.-mi ii... which nlTi y Iih on
llie wrappei the red . trad.) ion rU and f!i;lailiire ol
.1.1 L.ZLILLN CO..
(orioili' hy all dr'iy. i"U
B-Mimmanfc-- w anq iai afcarWini iHanm.nai-- . 1
rw... ...... ...... P 4
2 all, A 1. 17 IE a.,.11 I
;Vit i , nii'tiiid.)
i Liver IidneyHcmedy
AND DLCCD PURIFIED.
TMsi ri'w F-:of.'y ia compounded
Iro.n the i,e.t-:
loio-A n curativea, auch aa
tic ia, Mule t ii rait
(Sacred liurk, huiU, iJanJ:lion and
Sars;p?::lln, comlctied with an agree
Ohio .tumu.ic t.lixir.
Thtss tirnediea ait upon the Liver.
Thty act upon Ihe Kidneys.
Thry Rrgulata the Bowels.
They 0'.iiet the Nervoua Syttem.
They Promote Tiuicstion
They Nourish, blrengthen, Invigorate.
They give Tone, Health and Energy.
HOPS AMD MALT BITTERS
are the ORIGINAL and ONLY BIT
TbRS containing Mult Extract.
A.k your iMuiiet t'.r them, and be lure
that the label I .e on it the f nr wurili
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
in large red letterv
rrTake no other.SCl
At Whi Itsale an J Keuil by al I dealer.
UOCHESTKH VEDICIXK CO.,
Hoehtitrr, S. I.
Mruinfucnirer ind H -u'er In
P'.h s t r.' . !irtwrj Coiu'l Ave. und Li vi .
CIIOKi: BOUIXCi A SPKCIALTV,
At. f. KN1)S UK AMIMTION.
Safe Kuiairi'd. All KltnU ol K' ya .M.iile.
POUT (iHAl'E WINE
Spkbii's Pout Gkaim-: Wink !
four yfa1js old.
rpilH CKI.KHItATKI) N ATIVK "i'l NR In liuulo
i Horn llm jiil'' of tho Oporto Wrnpe. rala.ul In
Ihl. eoiliiliy. Ha Inviiliuihlo loiiir mul iiireinrth
I'liinit iroii'it!i'i tin' ioihiii hbsi'iI hv any other
Nnlivii Wliiii. Itellitf die iiu i! Jiltee of V o (irnpe,
iirodiuul niiil'T Mr. Su:i'i ' own .ei iiiiil1 eliprrvt
Hion, tin purity unit irriiinin ni's, are (imriuilefd.
'I'h i voiineat child niiiy psrtnka of Its n iieroiiH
nauHlii.'i'. ami lh wunku-t Invftllil iiho It In iidvuo
limn II Ih particularly heiii'lh Inl tu the (,'! ami
iiehlltOili"t, stid muted to tlm viirl'in ulltnivio ihiit,
iin'e. l tlm weuki r mix. U Is in every riwpw.t
WINK TO UK liKI.U' II ON.
Spwi-'s I. .1. SliPii'.v.
The P ,. sllKKitt' iHft wuio of Super "t Char
nctnrnti i iiil ikua ofllui rlchannl llof Iho uriipo
rrotn h en II ia lnndo Kor I'm ily. I i'1'''"; I v
vo- ami M' llioliuil i'rnpi'riii'i'. I' will h loiind un
Sneer's P. J. Hr..mly.
This rillANDV Htan.V niirlvVil In Ihls Ooiintry
holiiu'uirHiii.orlor loriiiinlli'liiii1 piutiiia.'s. ll la n
liiiriiilmillUil ro Hi.) i!ra)". ml "m a'li va.
tialiln meillclnnl propnriloa. Ir h im ihill.vitii fla
vor, aim lurlo that of iho tr.iii-. Ir itn whli h It, la
dlatlllod, miiI lain er-nt fuv.r iiucimf flr-t.r Ihm
fatnlllr-a. See ll.nl tlm aiiiii.itiiM of AI Htl'.H
HPKKH, Vrixaritc, N . J,. ' nvnr tin) enrk of each
Sid Hv PAUL KOIITTTT.
and by bitU'J J iars kvkuvwji. rb.